A pressure sensor is a tool that measures a gas or liquid pressure against a diaphragm composed of silicon, stainless steel, or another material, and outputs an electrical signal based on the measured value.
A semiconductor distortion gauge is formed on the surface of a semiconductor piezo-resistance dispersion pressure sensor, and it uses the piezo-resistance effect, which happens when the diaphragm is distorted by an external force, to convert changes in electrical resistance into an electrical signal (pressure).
Sensors can monitor absolute pressure, pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, or pressure relative to a predetermined pressure.
The Global Semiconductor pressure sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Two new pressure sensor types have been added to Superior Sensor Technology’s ND Series for applications requiring mid-pressure range sensors.
With the help of these new gadgets, producers will be able to produce more precise and stable goods at a lower cost for a variety of industrial equipment applications that operate at low to medium pressure ranges.
The ND Series absolute mid-pressure sensors, as well as the ND Series differential and gauge mid-pressure sensors, are among the new families. The differential/gauge sensors support Multi-Range pressures from 0.5 psi to 150 psi with accuracy and long-term stability of 0.05%, whereas the absolute sensors support pressures up to 150 psia with accuracy and long-term stability of 0.10%. These performance metrics give manufacturers a 2-fold edge over competing approaches.
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